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Corex Nasal Spray

Prescription for: Cold & Cough

Consult Top General Physicians Online on mfine for the use of Corex Nasal Spray Corex 0.1% w/v Nasal Spray contains Xylometazolinen Hydrochloride nasal solution (0.1%w/v) as a major ingredient.Key benefits/uses of Corex 0.1% w/v Nasal Spray:Roles of Xylometazoline: – Help to clear the stuffy. blocked up feeling in the nose and sinuses caused by colds and allergies such as hayfever – Used to contract the blood vessels in the lining of the nose and sinuses. thereby decreasing blood flow and reducing swelling and the feeling of congestion- Provides relief from the symptoms of nasal congestion caused by seasonal allergies. year-round allergies. sinusitis. and ear infectionsDirections for use/Dosage:- Spray the solution directly into the nostrils- The head should be tilted slightly forward while using the spray- Breathe deeply or as directed by the physicianIndication:- Blocked nose. congestion due to seasonal allergies. year-round allergies. sinusitis. and ear infectionsSafety information:- Read the label carefully before use – Do not exceed the recommended dose- Keep out of the reach and sight of children


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